Though Le French Atelier may not be a household name among custom bike enthusiasts stateside, the workshop has been steadily producing tracker-style motorcycles the past few years, and with the unveiling of this Suzuki GSX-R the company is sure to win a boatload of new fans. The team overhauled a 1991 model for a "neo retro" build, highlighted by a custom tail end to accommodate all the electrical components, as well as custom taillights and a custom leather saddle to sit on the aluminium base plate. An open design was accomplished by stripping off the fairings, after which they disassembled the engine, rebuilt the head and coated it in satin black, and then added conical K&N filters to the rejected slingshot carburetors. The triple tree was modified to hold a small speedo, LED warning lights, and a single headlamp to complete the front end. Le French Atelier's site is currently undergoing an overhaul, but you can check out more of their work on their Facebook page.